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Deploy SB

The most technically advanced bow ever offered by Diamond Archery, the Deploy SB sets a new standard of performance in the field. Weighing in at only 3.2 pounds, the lightweight Deploy SB features an aerospace-inspired carbon riser, for minimal weight and maximum impact.

The Bowtech Binary Cam system, powers the Deploy SB at speeds up to 330 feet per second, while giving exceptional tunability, and a simple, hassle-free adjustment of draw length and let-off. It’s time to deploy maximum impact.

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Bow Type Hunting
Draw Length 26-30.5"
IBO Speed 330 FPS
Mass Weight 3.2 LBS
Axle to Axle 31.5"
Brace Height 6.75"
Draw Weight 50, 60, 70
MSRP $749 w/RAK, $649 bare bow
Effective Let-off 80%
Kinetic Energy 84.65 ft-lbs


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Deploy SB is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 45.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from NO-BRAINER!!! I bought the Deploy SB / 60 / RH bare bow. After adding the rest, pin-sight, peep and stabilizer of my choice, I was BLOWN AWAY at how easy it was for me to shoot tight groups! It's compact height is IDEAL for chasing elk and deer in the forests of the coastal PNW! Moving around in a blind is probably easy too. This bow is smooth and easy to hold at full draw, sits in the hand comfortably and stable, quiet when released and launches arrows accurately! I had a hard time finding info online about this bow before I bought it but when you do your homework and really research the technology this bow contains, it was a NO-BRAINER for the price tag!
Date published: 2017-06-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great bow for me The Deploy is a great bow at an unbeatable price. I was looking for a Carbon bow and tried the Carbon Cure but just couldn't get the feel I was looking for. I was hesitant to jump into the Deploy since they use the same riser and I thought they would shoot the same but I was wrong. The binary cams in the Deploy give it a great draw cycle, and the back wall is as solid as any bow I've shot and it tunes incredibly easy. The grip is a little to square for my hand but I've found that to be the case with most bows I've tried. It's quite and has very little vibration. All in all I really enjoy shooting this bow and it's just what I was looking for.
Date published: 2017-06-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Smooth shooting beautifully accurate This will be my 30 th year hunting archery.I shot bear,Hoyt,bear Jennings golden eagle etc.I owned three diamond bows now core,carbon cure and diamond deploy sb which is one of the best bows I have ever shot.Plenty of power it has a fairly smooth draw and a beautiful to hold back for a dual cam with very little to no Schlick or vibration for the light weight of it.I shoot 400s close to 300 and just started shooting 368 grain Easton bloodline at 306 to 308 fps with close to 78 pounds of kinetic energy I have taken a few deer and punched through shoulder on one it was a big doe,so people say you can't get through shoulder blades there wrong,with the right set up and arrow you can.very impressed.Thank you Diamond Bowtech
Date published: 2017-06-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Bow, Great Price, Will Buy Another I am a first time bow hunter. When I was shopping I shot several bows from several manufacturers, entirely prepared to spend 2-3 times as much money and this was the smoothest, most accurate bow I shot, even very much more expensive bows. Even as a newbie to archery I can accurately shoot this bow out to 60 yards (haven't tried farther but I expect the same). I like it so much I'm going to buy another one for my 17 daughter so she can bow hunt with me!
Date published: 2017-06-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from affordable carbon bow? yes please. I have shoulder problems, so a heavy bow is out of the question...besides, after a half day or so lugging a heavy bow around the mountains I want to climb to the nearest peak so I can throw it over the edge! Enter the deploy sb. Light, accurate, and short enough to get through the thick stuff without breaking every little branch by the creek. A light, dependable bow is a must for me while spot and stalk or still hunting. And at the price point looks like I'll be able to pay the bills to boot. Took a whitetail doe, and a muley buck this season...couldn't be more pleased with this bow.
Date published: 2017-11-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from One shot one kill! Love this bow. Took it hunting 2 weeks after I got it, as my old bow and accessories got stolen. Took a muley buck from 50 yards.
Date published: 2017-06-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Unbelievable Bow If you are looking for a lightweight Bow with tremendous accuracy, smooth draw, with a solid back wall this is the Bow for you. Can't beat it for the price and technology this Bow offers. Great for hunting elk hiking in Colorado to hunting deer in Massachusetts from a tree stand. Would highly recommend!
Date published: 2017-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Confirmation: Form to Function Diamond Deploy SB Confirmation; form to function In the equestrian world the idea of conformation speaks to the relationship between a horse’s form (body type) and its function (job). Simply put, a race horse is great for racing but not for pulling plows. This does not mean that the horse is not a good horse; it is just better suited for a specific purpose. This same concept applies to several areas in life. Including bow selection and review. I spent many months researching bows that were available on the market prior to my purchase. I read reviews, went to shops, talked with other archers, and shot several bows. I am a believer that although there is truth to getting what you pay for, there is a point of diminishing return. So the challenge for me came down to defining what I wanted and finding the product that optimized its performance and maximized my return on investment. Enter conformation. I don’t shoot competitively. I don’t spend a lot of time in blinds or tree stands, and I rarely will have a shot opportunity under 30 yards. I do hunt very steep, rough country, I do hunt in areas that present shot opportunities that can be upwards of 80 yards, and I do hunt in areas that are covered with very thick brush. I needed a bow that is light weight, short axel to axel, forgiving enough to shoot long range, and durable. Simple to find right? Not really when you consider that several of these things actually contradict each other. I felt that I had set up a pretty tall order for any manufacturer to fill; then I wanted to do it without breaking the bank. In the $1,000 range I found several bows that seemed to be what I was looking for. Then I shot the Deploy SB. This bow is simply a top tier flag ship performing bow at about half the cost. A to A, brace height, weight, and IBO speed are within fractions of the top manufactures 2017 flagship bows that cost over $1,000. When I shot the Deploy SB I saw no value in spending the difference in cost when I was not going to get the difference in performance. The Carbon Knight riser and cam technology that Bowtech allowed Diamond to use on this bow make it incredible. I have shot the bow out to 100yds with no issues. I can tell you that it is so forgiving that even when one of the modules came a little loose (fixed with no bow press) it did not impact the point of impact. I can say what has already been said, solid back wall, good valley, minimal hand shock, and solid performance overall. This bow was highly rated in 2016 and for good reason. I would strongly recommend this bow (and I have) to anyone looking for a true, take it out, bang it around, work horse type hunting bow. This bow is not a fancy name with a cool paint job. It’s a tool that seems to have great conformation. I look forward to seeing where Diamond goes from here! TripleSonOutdoors
Date published: 2017-06-06
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